Police allege the Islamic State-inspired young men were plotting to detonate improvised explosive devices in the centre of the city

Three young men will stand trial for allegedly plotting to detonate Christmas Day bombs in one of Melbourne’s busiest entertainment precincts in an Islamic State-inspired attack.

The men have been charged with conspiring to plan a terrorist attack with improvised explosive devices across an area taking in Federation Square, St Paul’s Cathedral, Flinders Street railway station and the Young & Jackson Hotel.

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